Anthony Cortes: For Clean & Green Agri Inputs

ANTHONY CORTES who used to be a ranking executive of big agricultural companies has put up his own company, Corvill Agricom, which specializes in importing and distributing clean and green agricultural inputs. These are agricultural products that can greatly help farmers improve their yields without harming the environment.

He said that their first product for launching (still in the registration stage) in July 2014 is called Supravim. It is a powerful plant booster consisting of 99.9 percent plant extracts. It’s 100% biodegradable and 100% carcinogen-free. Its action is boosting cation exchange capacity, thereby creating bigger root mass, increased photosynthesis activity, and increased plant brix.

Anthony said that the plant becomes bigger, more robust, has significantly higher yield, and naturally repels insects due to high plant brix.

Anthony is an Agribusiness graduate from UP Los Banos. He has previously worked with Syngenta as FST Marketing Manager, Ad and Promo Manager of SL-Agritech, and business manager (seedlings) of East-West Seed Company.


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  1. I bought a 100ml plastic bottle of your product (supravim) from the Agri-link Expo last year (2014) at the World Trade Center in Pasay City without checking for usage instructions; there is none in the label. I haven’t tried it yet because I don’t know how to use it nor what the dosage for dilution. Please tell me in information I need to be able to use it. Thanks.

  2. Hello Mr. Junio. Thank you for your comment. If you still happen to have our brochure, the usage instruction is printed at the back. In case you do not have the brochure, Supravim is mixed with water at a rate of 60ml per 16liters of water for young plants. For grown or mature plants mix 90-100ml per 16liters of water. Use low dosage (40-50ml per 16liters water) if you intend to use Supravim on ornamentals. To be sure, test spray first a few plants and observe for 2-3 days.

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